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Privilege of Breaking into Earth Honored

Privilege of Breaking into Earth Honored

Meghan Howey named Andrew Carnegie Fellow...

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Kabria Baumgartner, assistant professor of American studies

Historical Support

Historical Support

Kabria Baumgartner receives fellowships for book project on first African American trial lawyer in...

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ccollage of three faculty fellows (Baumgartner, Chirila, Zambon)

Meet the 2020-21 Faculty Fellows

Meet the 2020-21 Faculty Fellows

The Center for the Humanities awards next year's Faculty Research Fellowships...

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  • The deadline for 2020-2021 Faculty Fellowship applications has passed.  Please check back in the summer. See Guidelines 
  • The deadline for Programs, Projects, and Interdisciplinary Conferences proposals for 2019 has passed.  Please check back in the summer. See Guidelines
  • The deadline for proposals for the 2020-2021 Saul O Sidore Memorial Series has passed.  Please check back in the summer. Learn More 
  • The deadline to apply for Publicly Engaged Humanities Fellowships has passed.  To apply for our 2020 Summer Institute in Public Humanities, which will take place June 1-5, please visit the APPLICATION PAGE
  • The Hayes Chair post is filled through 2021.  Please see the Hayes Chair page for more information
  • To apply for a Discretionary Grant of up to $500, write or email the center's director, Stephen Trzaskoma, at any time, providing a succinct description of the project, including a budget. Learn More
  • The internal UNH deadline for NEH summer stipend applications is August 21, 2020.  Learn More
  • 2019 Summer Institute in Public Humanities: Featured Projects by Participants
      Reenacting and Remembering the Battle of Greasy Grass, aka The Battle of Little Bighorn Elena Creef, Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at Wellesley College Professor Creef says of her project, “As a non-native cultural historian, I have been participating for the past three years on what...
    2019 Summer Institute in Public Humanities: Featured Projects by Participants
      Reenacting and Remembering the Battle of Greasy Grass, aka The Battle of Little Bighorn Elena Creef, Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at Wellesley College Professor Creef says of her project, “As a non-native cultural historian, I have been participating for the past three years on what...